The Labor and Social Security Inspectorate has summoned 353 places of new entrance, the largest offer in its history, as part of the Public Employment Offer for 2018, as reported by the Ministry of Labor, Migration and Social Security on Tuesday.
Specifically, there are 96 open access spaces and 10 internal promotion spaces for the Higher Body of Labor and Social Security Inspectors; 111 places of free access and 10 of internal promotion for the Body of Labor Sub-inspectors in the scale of Employment and Social Security, and 126 places of free access for the Body of Labor Sub-inspectors in the Occupational Health and Safety scale.
The Department that Magdalena Valerio directs emphasizes that with the convocation of this selective process, published in the Official State Gazette (BOE) of yesterday, compliance with one of the objectives of the Master Plan for a Decent Work 2018-2020: the reinforcement of the human resources of the Inspection to combat job insecurity.
The Master Plan foresees that, during its three years of validity, it is reinforced the Labor and Social Security Inspectorate with a total of 833 new inspectors and sub-inspectors, which will mean a net increase in the workforce of 23%.
The deadline for submitting applications to participate in the selection process starts tomorrow and ends on November 21.